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The Crowd in the Pyramid

The pyramid-shaped Whitney family tomb is an often photographed curiosity near the 11th green of the Whitney Oaks Golf Course. History doesn’t record the tomb’s construction date but one family member theorizes that

The Beautiful Schoolmistress and the Bandit

The Fruitvale School Charitable Association and PlacerGROWN will hold the second annual outdoor Melodrama

Superman Soars in IMAX 3D

Moviegoers will be able to experience the return of Superman in eye-popping IMAX 3D at the Esquire IMAX Theatre on August 4. Using proprietary 2D to 3D conversion technology, select scenes have been converted into An IMAX 3D Experience®,

Cop Impersonator / Sexual Assault

At 12:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 15, 2006, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the California Highway Patrol office on Massie Court for a report of a sexual assault.

Man, 20 pleads guilty in Eco-Terrorist Plot

United States Attorney McGregor W. Scott announced today that ZACHARY JENSON, 20, of the Seattle, Washington area, entered a plea of guilty, late yesterday, to one count of conspiracy in connection with an eco-terrorist plot to blow up

Ground broken on Hidden Falls Regional Park

Placer County Supervisors broke ground Monday on the Hidden Falls Regional Park, a 220-acre open space park site that was acquired as part of Placer County’s Placer Legacy Open Space Preservation program.

Roseville Community Group support tops $10 Million

The City of Roseville surpassed the $10 million milestone in financial support for community groups when City Council members handed out checks July 11 totaling $602,750 to local nonprofit organizations.

Sierra College is #1 In California

Sierra College ranks as the number one Community College in California for the number of Associate Degrees awarded for the fourth year in a row. The new report, based on extensive analysis of data gathered by the U.S. Department of Education’s

Roseville Police Chief to welcome new employees

Roseville Police Chief Joel Neves will swear in four new police officers and a new community service officer at the department's next quarterly swearing-in and awards ceremony, to be held at 2 p.m. next Wednesday, July 19, at the Tower Theatre

Roseville School Burglaries

Roseville Crimestoppers Bulletin: Several Roseville schools have recently been burglarized and/or vandalized